Congress meet today to discuss strategy for internal polls | Latest News India

Written by Susmita Pakrasi | Edited by Meenakshi Ray, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Congress leaders will meet on Tuesday to strategise the membership drive for internal organisational elections at varied ranges subsequent year, moreover registering a protest towards the Centre over the rise in costs of important gadgets and gas. The meeting will probably be attended by all get together basic secretaries, in-charges and state unit chiefs to be held at 10:30am on the Congress headquarters, in accordance to a communication despatched on this regard, studies information company PTI.

During the meeting the leaders would discuss the membership marketing campaign and the preparation for Jan Jagran Abhiyan and the proposed steady coaching programme, reported PTI citing folks aware of the matter.

In a letter to all state Congress chiefs, All India Congress Committee basic secretary (organisation) KC Venugopal requested them to flip the membership drive for organisational polls right into a “mass campaign process”.

The Congress has shaped a panel to strategise agitations and protest programmes throughout states. “The Congress Working Committee (CWC), in its last meeting on October 15, had decided to launch a massive people’s protest against the price rise of essential commodities and the spiraling fuel prices. This meeting on October 26 will decide how to take this forward,” a senior chief conscious of the developments informed Hindustan Times, looking for anonymity.

The emphasis on a correct strategy and synergy in highlighting key points among the many folks assumes significance in view of the elections in states reminiscent of Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, that are due subsequent year, moreover the 2024 basic elections.

The meeting comes two days after the Congress launched its membership requisites. According to the Congress’ membership type, any individual wishing to be a part of the get together may have to be sure that they by no means eat alcohol and medicines or criticise the get together and its programmes on public boards.

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